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Multi media artists, activists and husband and wife duo, James Harrell and Ilyana Kadushin, talk shop with special guests and perform live music. From art to science to society and culture, they bring you spirited conversation with a call to action to the community at large. On this podcast you will hear interviews highlighting people and organizations that do incredible community work around the nation. They aim to inspire you to find ways to engage with your community and your self positively. Thanks for listening!

Nov 17, 2022

Since we first aired this episode in 2021, Thelonious Cook of the farm, Mighty Thundercloud Edible Forest, won the USDA 2022 Farmer of The Year Award. We are also airing this episode in loving memory of Niamh Shortt, who passed away in 2022. Remember Your Farmer has interviews with Lisa Garfield and Niamh Shortt of...


Nov 4, 2022

Do we honor veterans on more than just Veterans Day? What do memorials and these commemorations mean to the veterans? There are a myriad of ways to serve our country.  In this episode, we meet some of the founders of The Worcester County Veterans Memorial in Ocean Pines, Maryland. We also speak with veteran and owner of...


Oct 18, 2022

Alice Arnold is a documentary media maker and educator. She creates, edits, writes and photographs projects that explore the urban environment and visual culture — from street art to advertising and from sidewalks to electric signs. Her films are in the collections of university libraries throughout the United States...


Oct 6, 2022

In this episode, in our Community Esteem segment we hear from Mayor Jake Day about the creation of Anne Street Village, a transitional housing village of tiny homes for the homeless in Salisbury, Maryland.

Then in our Make a Difference Spotlight segment we speak to the founder of The Jeptha Group, Jason Naradzay and...


Sep 22, 2022

This episode is part of our Make A Difference Non Profit Spotlight Series, where we highlight non profits, organizations and individuals making a difference in their communities. 

Why do we do this series? If we think we know everything about our communities and our neighbors, chances are we do not, meaning, we only see...